The Big Moon stop off for a Liverpool gig as part of their forthcoming 20 date Autumn tour and Getintothis’ Howard Doupé has the details.
It’s been a hectic eighteen months for London’s The Big Moon.
Mapped out largely on the road across the US, Europe, and on repeat tours of the UK, culminating in the release of one of the albums of the year so far, and a string of sold out shows including London’s Village Underground.
Following the release of their critically acclaimed debut, Love in the 4th Dimension, the band are pleased to announce a new run of 20 dates stretching across the UK throughout September / October, taking them to previously un-visited parts of the country.
The tour starts in Coventry on September 23 and finishes in London at KOKO on October 20 – the band’s biggest headline show to date.
Tickets go on sale Friday June 16.
The Big Moon play The Magnet in Liverpool on October 6, the rest of their forthcoming tour dates and festival appearances are as below:
June 10 : Bushstock, London
June 21-25: Glastonbury Festival
June 29 –July 2: Barn on the Farm, Gloucestershire
July 21-25: Truck Festival, Steventon
July 21-23: Tramlines, Sheffield
August 17-20: Green Man Festival
August 25-27: Reading Festival
August 25-27: Leeds Festival
September 23: Central Library, Coventry
September 24: Portland Arms, Cambridge
September 25: Plug, Sheffield
September 27: The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge
September 28: Westgarth Social Club, Middlesbrough
September 29: The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
September 30: Tenements Trail Festival, Glasgow
October 2: LiVe, Preston
October 3: Fruit, Hull
October 6: The Magnet, Liverpool
October 7: Sound Control, Neighbourhood Festival, Manchester
October 9: The Sugarmill, Stoke-on-Trent
October 10: The Boiler Room, Guilford
October 11: Ramsgate Music Hall, Ramsgate
October 13: Sound and Vision Festival, Norwich
October 14: The Cookie, Leicester
October 15: Moles, Bath
October 17: The Loft, Southampton
October 18: The Bullingdon, Oxford
October 20: KOKO, London